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Communities of play : emergent cultures in multiplayer games and virtual worlds

著者: Celia Pearce
出版商: Cambridge, MA : MIT Press, 2009
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Et studium i virtuelle verdener og udviklingen i de communities (eller fællesskaber), som opstår omkring spillene, samt deres påvirkning/udvikling af spillet. Forfatteren har som led i sin forskning deltaget i en gruppe voksne, både kvinder og mænd, der over en længere periode spiller en serie online computerspil med en historisk ramme, og hun afdækker de kulturelle dynamikker i gruppen såvel som betydningen af  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Celia Pearce
ISBN: 9780262162579 0262162571
OCLC号码: 756724680
注意: Den på titelsiden anførte "medforfatter", Artemisia, er forfatterens avatar
描述: xiii, 327 sider : ill.
内容: Methods of Culture/ by Tom Boellstorff. Play, Community, and History/ by Bonnie A. Nardi; I: Play, Community, and Emergent Cultures 1. Communities of Play and the Global Playground 2. Virtual Worlds, Play Ecosystems, and the Ludisphere 3. Emergence in Cultures, Games, and Virtual Worlds 4. Reading, Writing, and Playing Cultures; II: The Uru Diaspora 5. An Imaginary Homeland 6. Identity as Place 7. The Inner Lives of Avatars 8. Communities and Cultures of Play 9. Patterns of Emergence 10. Productive Play: Cultural Production, Meaning-Making, and Agency 11. Porous Magic Circles and the Ludisphere 12. Emergence as Design Material; III: Playing Ethnography: Research Methods 13. Methodology: Playing Ethnography; IV: The Social Construction ofthe Ethnographer 14. Being Artemesia: My Life as an Avatar; V: Beyond Uru: Communities of Play on Their Own Terms; 15. Coda: Uru Resurrection-Applied Cyberethnography as Action Research 16. Crafting Cultures: Emergence as Design Material 17..Global Playgrounds and the "PlayTum" in Culture ; Games and Virtual Worlds Cited
责任: Celia Peace and Artemesia ; forewords by Tom Boellstorff and Bonnie A. Nardi
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The odyssey of a group of "refugees" from a closed-down online game and an exploration of emergent fan cultures in virtual worlds.  再读一些...

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"[Celia Pearce's] background as a games designer is evident in the way she respectfully engages readers in clear, vivid prose structured in an original and--can we say it?--entertaining way. From its 再读一些...

 
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